VideoSupreme technology implies automatic indexing of video files over the Internet. If you find your own video using VideoSupreme and believe that it is being accessible in a abusive way and constitutes your copyright infringement, please perform the following actions. Note that VideoSupreme does not host any of the content that can be accessed using VideoSupreme's search results list. VideoSupreme provides links to third-party broadcasting network websites and video hosting services only. As a content owner you must realise that removing links to your work from VideoSupreme may not result in removing the original source of the video from the third-party service. Therefore content owners take the responsibility of contacting the video hosting websites by themselves to demand the removal of their digital video property.
VideoSupreme is in compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”). In accordance with this copyright law VideoSupreme is obliged to respond operatively to claims of copyright infringement that are reported to service. In case you are a copyright owner or an authorized person which can act on behalf of the owner of the copyright, and believe that your work is being accessible in a abusive way and constitutes your copyright infringement, please report the following information to VideoSupreme support team:
Send the infringement notice via email to email@example.com.